My fiance, who was pregnant at the time and is in school, my daughter, and I moved in with her mom's exboyfriend a year and a half ago with a verbal agreement that we would pay him $200/month. For the first 5 months I was seeking employment and couldn't find anything, but with being on unemployment, was capable of giving him the $200/month, and each month he had said don't worry about it, just keep it. Since we have lived here, we have offered the money when we have it, during the winter time he has taken about $1000 from us for oil between the 2 winters. We also keep the house filled with food and little necessities, which we offered to do and he agreed. After the 5 months, we had talked about maybe having myself go back to school to have a better opportunity to get a job to support my family, he agreed and said not to worry about the money so much. The school I had chosen was an accelerated career program, so classes are non stop, no breaks. The school started off with approxomately 20-40 hours of homework a week, now it's gotten up to 60-80 hours of homework. Leaving little time to work. The school had mentioned that I could complete the course in as quick as 10 months and as late as 24 months. I informed him of this, and he said it was a great idea. Now with having 6 months to go until I'm done, he has been on our case to go somewhere else. We, and himself, have asked our families and no one has the ability to let us move in. With being respectful of the situation, I again approached him to remind him that my schooling isn't finished. He again stated about 1-2 weeks ago, that we can stay as long as we need. But as of today, he has told us that we need to get out in 2 weeks. Is there anything that we can do, being that I haven't and my fiance hasn't been working & have no where to go?
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